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Three Phenomena In The World

Three Phenomena In The World

Jessie Van Den Berg, Reporter

October 24, 2018


Filed under Community & World News, Environment, Just For Fun, Showcase, Travel, World News

Our world is so fascinating, there is so much to be discovered, so much to learn and to question. One of the really intriguing things about Earth is its phenomena. I think it is absolutely insane that our world can create these mind-blowing statements. Three that I am going to be going into detail about...

Global Warming Opinion

Global Warming Opinion

Mehak Mehmi, Reporter

October 12, 2018


Filed under Community & World News, Environment, Opinion, World News

I think global warming is bad because glaciers are melting, sea levels are rising, cloud forests are dying, and wildlife is suffering to keep pace. It's becoming clear that humans have caused most of the past century's warming by releasing gases as we power our modern lives. Called greenhouse gases,...

The F.O.M.O Factory

The F.O.M.O Factory

Jessie Van Den Berg, Reporter

October 10, 2018


Filed under Art, Campus News, Community News, Environment, Opinion, People, Showcase

Instagram Aesthetics, Fun settings, Lots of likes. If this describes you and how you control your Instagram account, then hop in the car and go check out the F.O.M.O Factory! The F.O.M.O Factory is a pop-up exhibition in downtown Austin. It resembles the Museum of Ice Cream in San Francisco. These m...

Are there More Introverts or Extroverts and Why?

Are there More Introverts or Extroverts and Why?

June Jung, Reporter

September 24, 2018


Filed under Environment, Wellness

If you're like me and you've had someone tell you there are more extroverts than introverts, then everyone you meet is most likely an introvert. People tend to confuse introversion with being shy and extrusion to being outgoing and popular, but what it really means is when people; Extroverts find social...

Science Experiments

Science Experiments

Ehan Umatiya, Reporter

September 21, 2018


Filed under Campus News, Environment

Science is one of my favorite subjects and I hope to show you why in these experiments: The Fire Table This experiment happens in CVMS every year when the teachers pour rubbing alcohol on the fireproof tables this short-lived fire is a spectacle to watch as the bright flame flickers it is very bea...

Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence

Arsh Gupta, Reporter

September 20, 2018


Filed under Environment, Showcase, World News

On September 14, 2018, a major hurricane struck the Carolinas. It caused havoc in the area and took many lives. Its name was Florence. Hurricane Florence caused major havoc and destruction. As a category one hurricane, It devastated the Carolinas. It took at least thirty-seven lives. This hurricane...

Why Are We Getting So Much Rain?

Why Are We Getting So Much Rain?

Claire Lawrence, Reporter

September 13, 2018


Filed under Campus News, Community News, Environment, Events, Showcase, World News

Everyone knows that the past summer was hot, humid, and most of all had little to no rain. Maybe you were inside all day, or you don't mind the heat, but you'd have to be blind not to notice this sudden increase of rain. If you don't watch the news or follow weather channels, then here's the scoop on...

The Trash Island

The Trash Island

Yoonjoo Oh, Reporter

September 4, 2018


Filed under Community News, Entertainment, Environment, Wellness, World News

When you throw a piece of paper or a half eaten candy in the trash can, have you ever wondered where does those trash go? Well, turns out to be some of them gets recycled, some gets incinerated ( a type of waste treatment ) but the remaining trash, they somehow wash away and end up in the ocean. And...

Smog Attack

Smog Attack

Yoonjoo Oh, Reporter

August 31, 2018


Filed under Community News, Environment, Showcase, Wellness, World News

Have you heard the word 'smog'? It is a word of smoke and fog combined. A smog is a fog or haze combined with smoke and other atmospheric industrial pollutants. It basically means it can be very dangerous. These small pollutants, once just some little pieces of dust rolling around nowhere, suddenly...

Cilantro: Citrus or Soap?

Cilantro: Citrus or Soap?

Claire Lawrence, Reporter

August 24, 2018


Filed under Community News, Environment, Just For Fun, Showcase, Wellness

There is not one food which everyone adores. Just about every person has some foods they dislike. For example, some people hate spicy peppers while others despise squash. It’s just how people's personal tastes work. However, scientists were intrigued when so many people had a strong disgust for cilantro...

Businessmen Make Plans to Make Part of Downtown Austin More Green

Businessmen Make Plans to Make Part of Downtown Austin More Green

Jack Purcell, Reporter

May 24, 2018


Filed under Art, Arts, Community News, Environment, Showcase

Two Austin businessmen have donated $5 million to the revitalization of Waller Creek as part of an effort to turn the urban waterway into a major park destination. Real estate magnate Nate Paul, founder and CEO of World Class Capital Group LLC, and tech investor Brian Sheth, co-founder and president of ...